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The Pilgrims gather around a harvest table while the members of the Wampanoag tribe largely sit to one side in their own group.

Enhanced, super-specialized versions of today’s large-scale, single-crop agriculture could leave farms increasingly vulnerable to a harvest catastrophe.

This occurs when reduced timber harvests brought about by offset projects simply lead to increased harvesting elsewhere.

In regions where tide differentials are big, such as Georgia, parts of Florida, and the Carolinas, low tide is best for easy harvest of oysters.

Soy delays may have some consequences for corn and cotton planted just after the oilseed harvest.

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Despite the trade officially being banned, he explains, timber was still locally harvested and sold.

Agave plants take up to 10 years to mature before being harvested.

Apparently, a great deal can be harvested with only 70 flowerpots.

When it was harvested en masse, it was frequently ground up as fertilizer.

Each discovery—many harvested from simple Google Books searches—drew Warmuth in deeper and deeper.

Rye is now being harvested, and is quite heavy: in fact, all the crops promise abundant harvests.

If the tobacco of the tropics is fragrant while growing, it is doubly so after being harvested and carried to the sheds.

The seed plants should be left standing some six or eight weeks after the other plants have been harvested.

They vary with the climate, the topography, the size of the timber, and the kind of product to be harvested.

The coming sickly season would make it impossible to pursue them till their growing crops were harvested.

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On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harvested, such as: accumulated, collected, concentrated, huddled, massed, and reunited.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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